Sienna Miller’s fashion designer sister Savannah marries wealthy aristocrat James Whewell

Sienna Miller’s sister Savannah married wealthy aristocrat James Whewell (Savannah Miller/Instagram)

Sienna Miller’s sister Savannah is married for the second time to aristocrat James Whewell.

The bridal designer, 43, wore one of her own designs as she married wealthy aristocrat Whewell, 41, at St Peter’s Church in Petersham, Richmond.

Savannah Miller was previously married to Bushcraft professor Nick Skinner, before splitting in 2018. The couple share three children, Moses, 16, Lyra, 13, and Bali, nine.

Whewell is heir to the Wyresdale Park Estate in Lancashire, passed down to the Dukes of Hamilton and then purchased by the Ormrod family, before being purchased in the 1930s by Whewell’s great-grandfather.

Miller looked ethereal in photos shared online on her wedding day, as she wore a white corseted lace gown, complete with sheer flare sleeves and an embellished tiara.

Fashion designer Savannah Miller wore one of her own designs on her wedding day (Wendy Rowe/Instagram)

Fashion designer Savannah Miller wore one of her own designs on her wedding day (Wendy Rowe/Instagram)

The bride was seen beaming in photos posted to Instagram by makeup artist Wendy Rowe, as she sported a fresh, minimal makeup face and wore her hair loosely in a wavy bob.

Groom Whewell looked dapper in a black three-piece suit and light purple tie as the couple were pictured exchanging vows.

Miller recently opened up about her excitement ahead of her wedding day, posting a photo of herself picking out a Christmas tree.

She wrote on Instagram: “Christmas themed with our December wedding and can’t wait.

“I did my fittings yesterday and really had to refrain from adorning myself with fairytale levels of Christmas shimmer…exciting times and loving every minute.”

Whewell and his family took part in Channel 4’s Country House Rescue, as he and his sister Sarah renovated part of Wyresdale Park Estate into a boutique glamping site.

The 800-acre lot was struggling with expensive maintenance, so Whewell and his sister came up with the idea for the transformation to generate more revenue for the preservation of the estate.

Miller and Whewell’s wedding comes after the couple got engaged over Christmas last year.

Posting snaps of her fiancé and her engagement ring, Miller wrote at the time: ‘I didn’t think this Christmas could be any more special. Still, in classic Jim magic fashion, I received the best gift I could have wished for.

“The promise of a life filled with love and joy and this man.”

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